Collaborative Logistics is the Only Way Forward for the Industry

Cerasis

Collaborative logistics is the future (and the now) of successful, risk-managed logistics and supply chain management. The industry is dealing with a.read More. The post Collaborative Logistics is the Only Way Forward for the Industry appeared first on Transportation Management Company | Cerasis. Logistics Collaborative Logistics

Logistics Consolidation: Trends Arising From Consolidation of the Logistics Industry

Cerasis

Logistics consolidation will have a resounding effect on the industry in 2019. Logistics consolidation is a fancy way of describing the transition of shipping modes to accommodate available capacity. As the industry attempts to compensate with better wages and if it’s for drivers and long-haul shipments, the industry will continue to suffer from stress. Also, the logistics industry will see more high-priority shipments as consolidation continues.

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[PODCAST] Logistics Industry Investments: A Conversation with an Investor & Tech Founder

Cerasis

Listen to “Logistics Industry Investments: A Conversation with an Investment Firm” on Spreaker. Logistics Technology Resources An Introduction to Blockchain and Its Potential Benefits and Drawbacks in Supply Chain Management Download White Paper Revenue Growth At The Hand Of Improved Digital Supply Chains Download White Paper The Digital Supply Chain: The Landscape, Trends, Types, and.read More.

Cognitive Automation and How it Could Transform the Logistics Industry

Shipchain

And while self-driving supply chains may be around soon, it will take a lot of trial and error before it is commonplace in shipping and logistics. The industry has been historically slow to accept change. Automation Industry Logistics Trends

Exploring the Supply Chain Revolution

Speaker: Sheri Hinish, Supply Chain Queen, and Deborah Dull, Principal of Supply Chain Product Management at GE Digital

So much change is already underway in the supply chain, but what does this change entail and what does supply chain’s future hold? Join Sheri Hinish, affectionately called the Supply Chain Queen, and Deborah Dull, Principal of Supply Chain Product Management at GE Digital, to discuss Supply Chain 5.0. and trends in supply chain, technology, sustainability, and leadership.

Metals Logistics

PLS Logistics

With three decades of thorough industry experience, PLS has established itself as a leading, trusted third-party logistics provider in metals freight management and logistics. industriesWe provide service to all aspects of the metals supply chain, from producers to service centers and end users.

Transportation and Logistics Industry Trends of 2014

The Logistics of Logistics

Transportation and Logistics Industry Trends. These trends stand to impact the transportation and logistics industry, with some already taking hold and others unfolding gradually. Each trend has the potential to transform the logistics industry. Each trend has the potential to transform the logistics industry. Trend # 5: Quality Management Deepens and Extends Itself to Automotive Logistics.

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The 7 Trends Shaping The Future of the Logistics Industry

Cerasis

Logistics industry trends have also not been left behind in the move towards a more technological future. . 7 Major Trends Influencing the Logistics Industry in the Future . It is now the standard to go ‘international, ’ and logistic solution providers have a role to play in enabling this trend through a transportation network. . In the past, the logistics industry’s growth was driven by Asia to Europe and Asia to North America exports.

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The UK’s logistics industry is well prepared for a second wave of virus

In the Supply Chain

Director, Walker Logistics. The post The UK’s logistics industry is well prepared for a second wave of virus appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry TalkBy Charlie Walker (pictured).

Industry 5.0 and the Supply Chain

Talking Logistics

Read more Industry 5.0 The post Industry 5.0 and the Supply Chain appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez. Guest Commentary Guest Commentary - Elemica Technology Elemica Industry 4.0 Industry 5.0 Next generation supply chain optimization will pair both smart, interconnected digital environments with the human insight it takes to make the most out of them.

Why You Should Embed Customer Service Metrics in Your Supply Chain

Speaker: Irina Rosca, Founder, sustainSCM and Director of Supply Chain and Customer Success Operations, Helix OpCo

Across industries, 81% of all customers attempt to take care of matters themselves before reaching out to a live representative. When there is so much information in customer feedback, why do supply chain managers leave such expensive insights on the table? Supply chain touches the product from conception until it arrives in the hands of the customer, and sometimes through the recycling process. Join Irina Rosca, Director of Supply Chain and Customer Success at Helix as she walks through the key questions to connecting the supply chain with the voice of the customer.

Inventory Management in Service Logistics Industry

Talking Logistics

For Logistics the focus is on high inventory turns. Not really because each industry is different, and so are organizations within the same industry and even different divisions within the same organization have their own unique drivers and constraints.

The Most Advanced Logistics Industry Thanks To Technology

USC Consulting Group

The last couple of decades have seen some significant changes affecting the logistics industry, and the supply chain as a whole. Some of them have the potential to help solve the prevalent issues of our industry, others could transform the shipping business as we know it.

Making A Difference: Capital Logistics, Echo Global Logistics, & Descartes

Talking Logistics

This episode features Greg Ackner, VP at Capital Logistics, Jay Gustafson, SVP of Marketplace Solutions at Echo Global Logistics, Read more Making A Difference: Capital Logistics, Echo Global Logistics, & Descartes. The post Making A Difference: Capital Logistics, Echo Global Logistics, & Descartes appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez.

The Industrial Internet of Things, Manufacturing, Supply Chain & Logistics: Where Are We & Where Are We Going?

Cerasis

In place of long paper trails and maintenance schedules, machines with the capacity to communicate their needs and issues via the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) are becoming an essential component of effective processes. In fact, your presence on this website alone indicates use of the industrial internet of things today, but the opportunities are limitless. Furthermore, the IoT is directly linked to better risk management programs in manufacturing too, explains Industry Week.

A Year Without Oktoberfest, Yet New Opportunities Exist in the Beer Industry

DELMIA Quintiq

The cancellation of this year’s Oktoberfest is another blow to a beleaguered beer industry that’s still reeling from the effects of the global health crisis.

3 More Advanced Technology Trends in Logistics in 2016: Welcome to the Hyperconnected Logistics Industry

Cerasis

The shipping industry of 2016 is a gross misrepresentation of what was considered “normal” shipping practices in the 1980s or 1990s. This is due in part to significant changes and improvements in how the logistics industry perceives and responds to the demands of a growing customer base. As we talked about in the blog post explaining the hyperconnected era, these main connection technology trends in logistics are squarely focused on efficiency.

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Update on the Automotive Industry

Logistics Trends and Insights

The automotive industry has undergone quite the transformation from the days of Henry Ford and the Model T. With that, the industry is facing a number of challenges ahead, including a shift toward electric cars, tech embracement, plant closures—and now recovery from the coronavirus outbreak for automakers with supply chains reliant on Chinese production. These consumer-driven changes will require the industry to restructure itself in terms of volume, scale, and complexity.

These 7 Industrial Procurement Trends will Impact Supply Chain & Logistics in 2018

Cerasis

The answers to these questions lie in understanding a few of the top industrial procurement trends to expect in 2018. As with many other topics affecting industry trends in the transportation, trucking and manufacturing industries, companies are looking for ways to increase the use of technology in procurement, explains Melissa Deleen of LinkedIn. Analytics Driven Procurement Will Take Center Stage as the Key Player in all the Industrial Procurement Trends.

How Machine Learning is Transforming Industrial Production

DELMIA Quintiq

The question that seems to get asked more often than not is to talk about how many industrial applications we can name for machine learning. In that way, machine learning transforms an industrial operation into a system of systems that can get products to market faster at a lower cost so the company that owns it can remain competitive in its market and keep their customers happy by delivering the products they want. Industry Week confirms these issues.

Use of Blockchain in Supply Chain & Logistics: Looking to Examples Across Industries for Better Understanding

Cerasis

Even JP Morgan, Microsoft, and Google, reports Jonathan Chester of Forbes , are working to increase blockchain development and innovation, and supply chain leaders need to understand how the use of blockchain in supply chain and logistics will bring about lasting change and improvements in efficiency. Blockchain is entering a phase of development that will affect every aspect of supply chain and logistics management, ranging from procurement to forward logistics and beyond.

How IoT and Augmented Reality in Logistics are Moving The Industry Forward

Cerasis

Supply chain logistics providers made significant changes in standard operations in 2016. From ditching age-old tactics of shipping products now, to advancing the capabilities of augmented reality in logistics, our logistics trends highlighted expected improvements in the supply chain, many of which came true. Sustainability Measures Swept Through Logistics Providers to Reduce Transport Needs. Internet of Things Logistics

Survey Finds Significant Success in the 3PL Industry Across the Supply Chain Industry

Cerasis

This post is from a press release sent to us regarding the recent survey of the 3PL industry. In short, this survey is saying, among many other studies and reports, that those shippers who partner/outsource to a 3PL are staying competitive because the shipper is able to bring on immediate expertise through the use of a 3PL and the shipper then is able to compete and stay on top of all the latest changes in logistics capability. 3PL 3pl industry

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Talking Logistics: PINC and project44 Partnership Commentary

PINC

PINC and project44 announced a partnership this week that “aims to empower industry-leading shippers and carriers with end to end real-time shipment visibility and yard management automation capabilities for an enhanced supply chain experience.” By Adrian Gonzalez.

Which Industries will Demand Greater Logistics Capabilities in 2019

C3 Solutions

This post was originally posted on Cerasis.com and written by Adam Robinson, Marketing Manager at Cerasis.

Artificial Intelligence in the Logistics Industry

The Network Effect

How AI can solve logistics problems and generate value Artificial intelligence has started to impact the logistics industry, along with. The post Artificial Intelligence in the Logistics Industry appeared first on The Network Effect. Artificial Intelligence (AI) Logistics Transportation

[e-Book] The Future Of Supply Chain, Logistics & Manufacturing: How Technology Is Transforming Industries

Cerasis

The Future of Our Industry Is Now. The logistics, manufacturing, supply chain, and transportation industries are going through a time of rapid and unprecedented transformation. The future of these industries is paved with innovation and technology. Today, merchants and service providers within these industries are cautiously adopting these technologies to provide faster, cheaper, more reliable and sustainable business practices.

Total Disruption: Industry Networks

The Network Effect

Ideally a network solution should both be industry agnostic, yet be tailored to the needs of a particular industry. To get the most from the “network effect,” you want as many participants as possible onboard, from as many industries as possible. Similarly, the automotive company should be able to join the network and do business with all of their suppliers on the network, regardless of the industry those suppliers are otherwise supporting.

Surmount Supply Chain Challenges in the Construction Industry with Technology

Kuebix

Between companies regularly distributing, manufacturing or using construction products, the construction industry experiences a steady flow of business. There are a number of barriers between smooth logistics operations and successful project completion for the construction […]. The post Surmount Supply Chain Challenges in the Construction Industry with Technology appeared first on Kuebix.

No Industry Has A Better Success Metric than Baseball

Logistics Viewpoints

The post No Industry Has A Better Success Metric than Baseball appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints. Baseball has a key performance indicator that is unrivaled. The Wins Above Replacement Value tells a team exactly what they need to do to succeed.

Gainsharing In Logistics: Is it Good or Bad for the Industry?

Cerasis

Gainsharing has been a topic of both criticism and acclaim throughout the business world, and the same is true for gainsharing in logistics. Gainsharing comes with its share of benefits too, and more logistics services providers are starting to use a newer pricing model, Vested Outsourcing, in place of rigid gainsharing models. What Is Gainsharing in Logistics ? Gainsharing in logistics is often used by third-party logistics providers ( 3PLs ) as a pricing model.

How the IoT Platform Fixes Problems in Today’s Logistics Industry

Cerasis

While logistics and manufacturing have grown exponentially, problems have become more complicated. Regardless of where you sit to view the logistics industry, problems are becoming more evident. Global Logistics Will Evolve With the IoT Platform. Twin private-sector and public-sector resources and use of the IoT, the value of the IoT platform grew to more than $8 trillion by 2014, reports the Cisco and DHL publication, the Internet of Things in Logistics.

Key Trends That Will Affect The Transportation Industry in 2020

PLS Logistics

Look at the forces driving change in the transportation industry and learn what to expect from the market in the future. eBook coronavirus COVID-19 covid19 disruptions ebook logistics shipping disruptions supply chains

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Digitalisation of Logistics Industry and its Impact

20Cube Logistics

With rapid growth in technology, the logistics industry across the globe is experiencing a paradigm shift with fast track development driven by unique innovation and sturdy growth in the evolution of technology. The new technologies are not only re-shaping the marketplace but also offering collaborative operation models for seamless logistics maneuver. Implementing technologies like IoT, data analytics, sensors and robotics is changing the complete roadmap of logistics.

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Midstream Transportation Trends: The Future of Oil and Gas Industry

PLS Logistics

Despite the 2014 oil and gas price drop crisis and the rush around alternative fuel sources, the future of the oil and gas industry remains bright and has a steady pace of growth and increasing demand. Blog midstream oil and gas oil oil and gas oil and gas logistics oil and gas shipping oil and gas supply chain oil prices

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